Wednesday, April 26, 2017

CT PTU Marion 5 Tutorial


Written on April 26, 2017 by Debbie Priest
This tutorial was written in PSP X but can be done in any version. This was written assuming you have working knowledge of PSP. Any resemblance is purely coincidental.
My tutorials are only meant as a guide.
Supplies Needed:
Font of Choice.
PTU Fabulous Scrap Kit  "Marion 5" by Kizzed By Kelz. You can get it Here
Tube of your choice - I am using the Fantastic artwork of ©Oky Draft. You need a license to use this tube, please do not use this tube without a proper license.
You can get it Here
Mask: WSL_84 by Wee at Weescotslass Creations. You can get it Here
Plugins:  Xero Porcelain
Drop Shadow throughout is 1, 1, 50, 4.00 Black.
On to the Tut!!
* Open up a New Image 700 x 700. You can resize later. Flood fill white.
* Copy and paste paper 15. Layers, load mask from disk. Apply WSL_Mask 84. Layers, merge group. Duplicate, merge down.
* Copy and paste elements of choice. DS all. I used:
Element 50
Element  4
Element 58. Duplicate, mirror.
Element 49.  Using magic wand expand by 15 copy and paste paper 14 invert delete select none. move under frame
* Copy and paste tube, delete any extra over, place under frame, duplicate and move the duplicate above frame. erase any extra over.
Element  46
Element 74
Element 98. Duplicate, mirror, merge down.
Element 38. Duplicate, mirror, merge down.
Element 122. Duplicate, mirror, merge down.
Element 123. Merge with Elemnents 122.
Element 10. Apply a glow.
Element 34

* Add any other elements you wish anywhere along the way.
* Close out the background and mask layers, merge visible. Keep closed. Rezize 96%.
* Effects, plugins, xero, Porcelain to your desired settings.
* Adjust sharpness, sharpen.
* Crop if desired.
* Resize all layers checked to 700 x 700 or desired size. I always resize before adding the copyright. It makes the copyright clearer.
* Add your name, copyright info.,  proper license # (if needed), and watermark.
* Merge visible and save as PNG file.
I hope you enjoyed my tutorial.

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